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The weather smiled on this year's Lazy Daze of Summer Festival -- and fest judges in turn smiled on Rebecca N. Rea.
Watershed Distillery not only has expanded in production and space since it was founded in 2010, but it now has 11 employees.
While the financial projections for the city of Grandview Heights presented earlier this month to the finance committee by Director of Finance Bob Dvoraczky are rosy, the positive outlook is predicated on one important factor.
After taking what he called a two-year sabbatical, Steve Reynolds wants to return to Grandview Heights City Council.
The school year begins Aug. 18 in Grandview, but the Grandview Heights High School marching band is already in high gear.
Our Lady of Victory
For Our Lady of Victory Church's annual festival, silence is not only golden, it's also green.
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The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave. For more information, call 614-486-2951.
Fifty artists and crafters will descend on Grandview this weekend for the Lazy Daze of Summer Festival.
A project coordinated by Grandview Heights High School senior John Sides brings a whole new meaning to the phrase "safety in numbers."
City leaders say Grandview Heights will have the financial resources to meet all of its expenses through at least 2026.
The Grandview Heights Police Department has seen an increase in reports of thefts from vehicles and stolen vehicles over the past several weeks.
Grandview Heights police are searching for a Columbus man wanted on a felony charge of identity theft.
The largest track team in the history of Grandview Heights High School competed under the direction of coach Robin Priday in spring 1956.
Grandview Heights Public Library, 30th Annual Music on the Lawn series, 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays in June and July on the library lawn, 1682 W. First Ave. These free concerts are coordinated by the Grandview Library and Grandview Heights Parks & Recreation Department. Bring blankets for seating and picnics. Scheduled performers include: July 21, the Relentless Mules; and July 28, Erika Hughes and the Well Mannered.